Monday will be the last pure dry day with sunny skies and readings in the lower 60s. We'll have a cold start Sunday morning, but look for temperatures to warm nicely working through the day as high pressure builds atop the region. There will be a bit of wind this afternoon and the temperature will only be in the lower 50s, so it will feel a bit chilly at times, especially if you're not in the sunshine. Skies will remain mostly sunny throughout the day as well with a few mixed in clouds here and there, but staying dry.
As your heading out the door on Friday, temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s. Overnight low temperatures will be moderated some by the increase in cloud cover. The shield of rain will continue to impact the area tomorrow night, tapering off to scattered showers from west to east. Rain amounts may top 2 inches in some areas.
We are waking up on this Friday morning to low temperatures in the lower 30s with winds from the east to the southeast at 5-15 miles per hour as high pressure moves away from us.
Our first shot of precipitation might arrive late Tuesday night, but more likely Wednesday. Highs in the upper 60s and low 70s, with lows in the low 50s. Highs will climb to the mid 50s by Sunday, and the next work week will begin with temperatures close to 60°. Have a great and safe rest of this weekend!